The developer has confirmed that all of the content from the PlayStation 4 release will be present, but there’s added content for this version. For starters, there will be 26 new weapons available to create new attacks with. Each character now has access to two weapons. These weapons allow characters to exicute attacks that they previously couldn’t to create new battle interactions during Destruction Mode.
That’s all the differences between the two versions that we’ve received so far, but many are wondering about performance.
13 Sentinels: Aegis Rim has players assume the role of 13 different characters, who each play a part in the overarching narrative. Throughout the game, players are able to explore 2D environments and interact with other characters to trigger events. This will inevitably lead to a battle encounter where players can jump into mecha suits and strategically fight against enemy Kaijuu using the game’s real-time battle system.
The narrative is a significant focus for 13 Sentinels: Aegis Rim. Players will need to be engaged in the conversations as choices weight them, and accessing keywords to acquire additional information is necessary. Players will be able to jump between characters during the adventure segments as they gather information. However, if things go too wrong, the day will rewind to make the correct choices.
13 Sentinels: Aegis Rim is available now on PS4, and coming to Switch on April 22, 2021.
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